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Biomedical Engineer loves: information theory, complexity, math, biology, , journalism, education, entertainment industry
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Chris Aldrich Oct 15
Sorry, I put some of the interface ideas in another part of the thread you may have missed: Given how I would suspect that most people use Hypothesis, having a more explicit bookmarking functionality may help to make that a simpler entryway into [more...]
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Chris Aldrich Oct 15
S8 E4 featured a swatting plotline, why not give it an additional twist using the idea behind this article?
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Chris Aldrich Oct 15
I read this article and want to coin the term "domain gilding" as a beneficial sub-category of domain squatting. I'm curious if others can think of additional examples?
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Chris Aldrich Oct 15
Unless you can honestly describe mathematics as "beautiful", you should read this essay by and delve a bit deeper until you get the understanding that's typically not taught in mathematics until far too late in most people's academic lives.
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Chris Aldrich Oct 14
Given how I would suspect that most people use Hypothesis, having a more explicit bookmarking functionality may help to make that a simpler entryway into the rest of its functionality. If Hypothesis could collect traditional bookmarks with tags [more...]
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Chris Aldrich Oct 14
Thanks for the statistics Jon. Given that there's no explicit interface or instructions for it I expected the numbers to be relatively low. My guess would have been somewhere in the 5-10% range though as an unintended emergent behavior.
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Chris Aldrich Oct 14
Replying to @edtechfactotum
A few thoughts on Clint's post:
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Chris Aldrich Oct 14
Replying to @lpachter @Caltech
I get the impression that you follow some of this relatively closely. news is certainly worthwhile given the impact on local economy. Have I missed anything else good?
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Chris Aldrich Oct 14
I've compiled a list of local news outlets for the and areas.
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Chris Aldrich Oct 13
I tried to subscribe to your RSS feed, but it redirects to your homepage instead of any type of xml or feed file.
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Chris Aldrich Oct 13
Replying to @ColoradoBlvdNet
Excited to encounter my first print copy of in the wild. Congratulations to Wafic & the entire enterprise for making this happen! I've seen lots of publications go from print to online, but rarely seen one go from online to in print!
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Chris Aldrich Oct 12
Noting that appears to use as an off-label bookmarking service with tagging rather than an annotation or highlighting service. I’m curious if the Hypothesis team has considered making such functionalities more explicit? [more...]
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Chris Aldrich Oct 11
An talk at WordCamp Riverside in November: "The web is my social network: How I use WordPress to create the social platform I want (and you can too!)"
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Chris Aldrich Oct 11
A side benefit of going and posting everything to my own site first instead of to social silos like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.: It's pretty easy to rack up big consecutive day posting streaks in .
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Chris Aldrich Oct 11
"History celebrates the battlefields whereon we meet our death, but scorns to speak of the ploughed fields whereby we thrive; it knows the names of king's bastards, but cannot tell us the origin of wheat. That is the way of human folly."
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Chris Aldrich Oct 11
Replying to @Christo37433424
I suspect I'm missing some context, but taking a stab: the bots are hoping you'll accept/approve their replies so that you put their links on your page for future clicks as well as SEO purposes. Like most spam operations, they just need an ~2% [more...]
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Chris Aldrich Oct 11
🔖 An Urgency of Teachers: The Work of Critical Digital Pedagogy by Sean Michael Morris and Jesse Stommel
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Chris Aldrich Oct 11
I knew was working on a book during her hiatus, but didn’t know it was potentially coming out so soon! I loved her last book and can’t wait to get this one.
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Chris Aldrich Oct 10
Surprised didn’t mention the phenomena of subtweeting, snitch tagging, or dunking which are also closely related to voldemorting.
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Chris Aldrich Oct 10
I'd recommend this episode of Crazy/Genius from featuring to everyone. There’s something to be gained here in the people side of what movement is doing as well as for their efforts towards inclusion.
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